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Al Jazeera America
Apr 20, 2014 4:30am EDT
that forced mira, omar and claudette into the desert. >> running away is not the answer... >> is a chance at a better life worth leaving loved ones behind? >> did omar get a chance to tell you goodbye before he left? >> which side of the fence are you on? >> sometimes immigration is the only alternative people have. borderland only on al jazeera america >> on the next talk to al jazeera >> oscar winner sean penn shares his views on privacy rights, press freedom and his controversial relationship with hugo chavez >> talk to al jazeera only on al jazeera america >> welcome back. we are talking about the rise of culture. joining us is ben, founder of home-made mod earns, a business, teaching consumers how to create products. welcome to "the stream." your company was born out of a bet much what was the wager? >> my background is in design. i was talk to to an architectural design friend and he was saying it's impossible to make affordable american-made furniture out of real materials. everything is outsourced and you can't compete with factory production. i bet you can produce furniture. get
Al Jazeera America
Apr 14, 2014 7:30pm EDT
, omar and claudette into the desert. >> running away is not the answer... >> is a chance at a better life worth leaving loved ones behind? >> did omar get a chance to tell you goodbye before he left? >> which side of the fence are you on? >> sometimes immigration is the only alternative people have. borderland only on al jazeera america we are on the trail investigating how walmart's supply chain works here in bangladesh. does the company know when its orders are being subcontracted? is the way they source their clothing- the system itself -flawed? the garment industry is notoriously secretive, so we needed an insider. we're on our way to meet an auditor. he was hired by wal-mart to assess standards at some of its factories. it's very rare for auditors to speak on the record and he doesn't want to speak to us on camera. so we recorded the conversation secretly in bangladesh, government regulation of garment factories is lax, and international companies are not legally required to ensure working conditions are safe. some companies hire auditors to inspect the factories. >> the purchas
Al Jazeera America
Apr 4, 2014 9:00pm EDT
their goverment handle it. >> they re-live the fatal quest of a young boy named omar... >> do you think that omar was way too young to make that trip accross the dessert? >> you just can't keep being strong... >> where will this path lead them? >> just because they make it to the u.s., doesn't mean good things are gonna happen to them. >> experience illegal immigration... up close, and personal. >> the only way to find out, is to see it yourselves. on... borderland only on al jazeera america in afghanistan, dawn is just moments away, as a group of taliban fighters prepare to launch an attack on an afghan army base. >> they haven't told me exactly when they are going to attack. they just said it's going to happen around sunrise. >> the fact that there would be suicide bombers was a surprise. they hadn't told me about that before. then the commander, leesan, hears a car coming. he asks the driver, a civilian, if there are government troops on the road. >> and then suddenly the fighting begins >> the talibans's heavy machine gun isn't ready. >> these taliban have little or no formal military trainin
CBS
Apr 1, 2014 5:30pm PDT
after a sailor is swept away. another terrible discovery at the site of the catastrophic mud slide. omar villafranca is there. and feast your eyes-- dean reynolds on a wondrous spectacle in the heart of america. >> it's just poetic. it's just poetic. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: good evening. this is our western edition. fixing the defective part would have cost general motors less than a dollar; failing to fix it cost at least 13 people their lives. today, members of congress demanded answers as the new c.e.o. of g.m. testified to explain why the company waited a decade to recall cars that it knew were dangerous. g.m. is in mary barra's dna. she is the daughter of a g.m. factory worker and has worked for the car maker since she was an 18-year-old intern. but as jeff glor tells us, she tried to distance herself today from the actions of previous management. from the actions of previous management. >> do you swear that the testimony you are about to give...? >> reporter: shortly after mary barra took the oath, congresswoman diana
Al Jazeera America
Apr 18, 2014 10:00pm EDT
together to latin america. you were tracking omar a 13-year-old boy who died as he crossed the desert. you had never left the united states and when you first got there you end up terrified. you were faced with spending the night in pretty much a slack that was home to his whole family. >> right. one thing about that house was lucia, his aunt, told us that is his mother was kidnapped by guerillas and he had not seen her to this day. not only was i unfamiliar, with the language, looking at staying the night in a hose that someone was kidnapped out of. i was terrified. >> then you follow that up by really looking at what little omar's life was like. and gary that meant going up into the mountains to do the work he did, which was picking coffee beans. and i know gary that both of you found that to be just brutal work for virtually no compensation. >> well, yeah, just getting to the coffee fields alone was brutal. we had a mile like straight up the hill and once you got to the top you have to walk down the other side, work all day and take that trek home. most people complain about driving to
Al Jazeera America
Apr 11, 2014 9:30pm EDT
-live the fatal quest of a young boy named omar... >> do you think that omar was way too young to make that trip accross the dessert? >> you just can't keep being strong... >> where will this path lead them? >> just because they make it to the u.s., doesn't mean good things are gonna happen to them. >> experience illegal immigration... up close, and personal. >> the only way to find out, is to see it yourselves. on... borderland only on al jazeera america >> al jazeera is the first media organization to gain access to afghanistan's most elite security arm the crisis response unit, afghan special forces. these are the forces that afghanistan must depend upon as afghanistan prepares to go it alone. >> major hoshel sadat carries with him enormous responsibility every day. he is the commander of the special forces known as the crisis response units. >> i don't see myself being a guy who goes to work at 8:00 and comes back at 4:00. i'm sort of motivated by this team of people that they just want to fight not only for the country but also for each other. >> reporter: al jazeera got exclusive access
Al Jazeera America
Apr 14, 2014 5:30am EDT
, and let em' all run in? >> the teams live through the hardships that forced mira, omar and claudette into the desert. >> running away is not the answer... >> is a chance at a better life worth leaving loved ones behind? >> did omar get a chance to tell you goodbye before he left? >> which side of the fence are you on? >> sometimes immigration is the only alternative people have. borderland only on al jazeera america jazeera. ♪ good to have you company and welcome to the news hour with david foster and in 60 minutes these are the stories we are covering in detail. uneasy in eastern ukraine and clearing out passes without military action. dozens killed by explosion of a busy bus station in nigeria. a warning on south
Al Jazeera America
Apr 14, 2014 12:30pm EDT
? >> the teams live through the hardships that forced mira, omar and claudette into the desert. >> running away is not the answer... >> is a chance at a better life worth leaving loved ones behind? >> did omar get a chance to tell you goodbye before he left? >> which side of the fence are you on? >> sometimes immigration is the only alternative people have. borderland only on al jazeera america >> welcome to al jazeera america. i'm del walters in new york. these are the stories we're following for you. a new cost analysis saying obamacare will be cheaper to americans than once thought. a kkk attack, police are saying it was a hate crime. >> this explosion killed dozens of nig nigerians just on
Al Jazeera America
Apr 14, 2014 5:30pm EDT
' all run in? >> the teams live through the hardships that forced mira, omar and claudette into the desert. >> running away is not the answer... >> is a chance at a better life worth leaving loved ones behind? >> did omar get a chance to tell you goodbye before he left? >> which side of the fence are you on? >> sometimes immigration is the only alternative people have. borderland only on al jazeera america real reporting that brings you the world. >> this is a pretty dangerous trip. >> security in beirut is tight. >> more reporters. >> they don't have the resources to take the fight to al shabaab. >> more bureaus, more stories. >> this is where the typhoon came ashore. giving you a real global perspective like no other can. >> al jazeera, nairobi. >> on the turkey-syria border. >> venezuela. >> beijing. >> kabul. >> hong kong. >> ukraine. >> the artic. real reporting from around the world. this is what we do. al jazeera america. only on al jazeera america >> without immigration reform in washington dc, individual states have gone their own routes. here in georgia, undocumen
Al Jazeera America
Apr 15, 2014 2:00am EDT
the border, and let em' all run in? >> the teams live through the hardships that forced mira, omar and claudette into the desert. >> running away is not the answer... >> is a chance at a better life worth leaving loved ones behind? >> did omar get a chance to tell you goodbye before he left? >> which side of the fence are you on? >> sometimes immigration is the only alternative people have. borderland only on al jazeera america >>> america's economy seems to be shaking off the winter chill, but the u.s. is not the only horse in the race. i'm looking at our global economy with the founder of the biggest public relations firm in the world. and the big banks, and their bottom line. i'll tell you that their erping mean for you. and tax day 2014, i'll tell you what is new and what you might have missed and you plow that last-minute rush. i'm ali velshi. and this is "real money." ♪ >>> this is "real money." you are the most important part of the show. tell me what is on your mind by tweeting and facebook. here comes the sun. got another sign today that the u.s. economy is heating up af
CBS
Apr 14, 2014 4:00am PDT
at the masters on sunday. omar villafranca has the details from augusta national. >> reporter: in dramatic fashion bubba watson won his second masters championship. watson, the 12th ranked player in the world started the day at tied at five under, but he had to fend off a charge by 20-year-old jordan spieth. the young texan wowed the crowd at the fourth, but watson fought back with four birdies on the front nine. >> here he comes. >> oh, beautifully gauged. >> wow. bubba watson, the leader alone. >> reporter: on the back nine he kept his cool, his experience guiding his shot gave him another masters title. >> it's overwhelming. as a kid you want to be on the pga tour. 9 years old. six wins. two of them happen to have green jackets wrapped around them. >> reporter: watson went to the college at the university of georgia, less than 100 miles from the masters. playing the masters is more like playing in front of a home crowd. >> great, great. i was pulling for bubba absolutely. being tiger wasn't here, he was my next favorite. >> east coast guy, everybody's rooting for him. we're from califor
Al Jazeera America
Apr 26, 2014 6:00pm EDT
came from central america. 13-year-old omar lopez, william also hopes to cross the border and reunite with his mother. >> how old are you, william? how would? are you headed to the u.s.? >> si. >> and where are you from? >> el salva dor. >> what's it like in e el salvador? what's it like to live there. >> do the gangs stop you from going to school? does speaking spanish.) does he ha >> who all is in the u.s.? your mother and father? >> mi mama. >> and when was the last time you have seen your mother? >> six years. >> did your mother make this same trek? >> si. >> did she tell you anything about the trip? >> speaking sp . >> for william, this is the l s lessor of two evils. he could stay at home and be in a gang and get killed there or here, he has a chance to be reunited with his mother and family and live in a safer environment. neither one is a choice that i would ever like to have to make. the kid is really strong. >> part of the reasons that we have been here is we have been following the story of a boy about your age. wanting to tell the story about omar. as soon as i brought up
Univision
Apr 7, 2014 6:00pm PDT
brasil 2014 < mouriño saco libro y crítica a real madrid llamandolos traidores omar bravo recibió el alta, es hombre que conoce bien el esquema de ricardo antonio este es el resumen de lo sucedido sufrieron en la segunda mitad cruz azul le puso título a la crisis en américa atlante huele a descenso el duelo entre monterrey t santos termino con empate a 2 tijuana hace del caliente una dificil aduana veracruz le caso un punto de oro al morelia los gallos y campeón se conformaron con el empate a 1 atlas y puebla empataron >> en el izquierdo terminaba e ndoblete al derecho aparecía con la atrapada < la pelota se fue de cuadrangular atlético victoria 8 a 3 astros al derecho enviando dos carreras quinta entrada le pego en la costura y se fue por el sector derecho de cuadrangular >> victoria 9 carreras a 1 oscar pistorius llego a dar su versión dice que quedo traumado por lo sucedido y que despierta por las noches con olor a sangre >> kevin supero la marca de jórdan y el de knicks de new york impone record en la nba anotando 10 tiros desde fuera del perímetro >> lo malo el fin de semana
CNN
Apr 12, 2014 1:00am PDT
the group, you know? >> right. >> the militia. >> omar is young and was even younger when the fighting started. he, like so many libyans from around the country and many who had left, heeded the calls for revolution on facebook and twitter. they fought in tripoli, benghazi, misrata and everywhere in between. who won this war? young people or everybody? >> everybody. but the young people, they started it. >> what was your day like as a revolutionary? >> you keep one thought in your mind. you do this for the next generation, for a better country, for a better life. >> you have a future now. >> yeah. >> before, people -- >> there was no future in libya before gadhafi's regime. we were slaves for gadhafi. >> oh, this looks good. >> yeah, it is. >> barracuda is a seafood restaurant just outside of town on the mediterranean coast. >> one of the best foods in libya, i think, the seafood. >> the menu is not printed on paper. it's laid out right there for you on ice. >> we have dote -- >> what do they do? they just grill that? >> yeah, they grill it. some garlic, some sauce. it's really awesome
Al Jazeera America
Apr 17, 2014 5:30am EDT
, omar and claudette into the desert. >> running away is not the answer... >> is a chance at a betterife worth leaving loved ones behind? >> did omar get a chance to tell you goodbye before he left? >> which side of the fence are you on? >> sometimes immigration is the only alternative people have. borderland only on al jazeera america >> announcer: this is al jazeera. >> from al jazeera's headquarters in doha, this is the newshour. coming up in the next 60 minutes hundreds missing in waters off south korea. it's been more than 24 hours since a ferry capsized. relatives accused rescuers of not doing enough. >> the russian flag flies across eastern ukraine as talks to end the crisis begin. we are live in geneva. >> they inspire fearnd
CBS
Apr 29, 2014 4:00am PDT
reported in at least six states. another twister reported this morning. omar villafranca is north of little rock where a powerful tornado killed at least 15 people sunday. a powerful storm in an 80 mile path of destruction. omar, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, ann marie. the tornado that tore through here in mayflower, arkansas and vilonia had a speed of 136 miles an hour. bemind me, it's enough to pulverize homes. this aerial pictures show the scale of damage in both towns. nick helped rescue a little girl thrown 50 feet from her home and continued to look for others. >> it was a deal we had to go from one to the next to the next and try to help the one that could be helped. >> reporter: in vilonia, people are trying to pick up pieces despite losing their home. this woman thanked crews who helped her salvage pictures of loved ones. >> memories i can put my hands on. my kids aren't home all the time anymore. >> reporter: recovery efforts could take weeks, even months. the governor of arkansas requested federal aid to clean up and rebuild. anne-marie? >> thank you in mayflower, ark
CBS
Apr 29, 2014 4:30am PDT
watches and warnings for more severe weather this morning. omar villafranca has a firsthand look at the damage so far in arkansas. >> reporter: a fast moving tornado ripped apart homes and limestone county, alabama monday. it was part of a severe weather system that is loving a path of destruction -- leaving a path of destruction to the south. this video shows a twister that touched down in tupelo, mississippi. damaging hundreds of homes and businesses. emergency workers in parts of the state are assessing the damage and warning people in the community to be safe. >> if you can stay home, stay home. please don't be out looking and trying to see what's going on. it's a mess. >> reporter: the national weather service says the tornado that hit her in mayflower, arkansas and nearby on sunday likely had winds greater than 136 miles per hour. it flattened entire neighborhoods. these aerial images show the scale of damage in both towns. nick nailer helped rescue a little girl who was thrown at least 50 feet from her home and he continued to help look for others. >> i mean it was just on
CBS
Apr 2, 2014 4:00am PDT
teams searchling for victims. omar villafranca reports. >> reporter: search crews are still finding victims of the washington mudslide under tons of mud, muck, and debris. >> water's been receding and exposing new areas and helping tremendously in the search effort. >> reporter: for the first time reporters were allowed into the search field where crews have to sift through mud mixed with shredded homes, splintered trees, and everyday objects. lieutenant richard burke is with the bellevue fire department. >> how do you describe this to somebody? this is somebody's home. >> reporter: somebody's life. >> somebody's life. >> reporter: the debris field is 75 feet deep in some cases. even though conditions are drier, it's a daunting task. >> there's a lot of material out there that very likely won't be recovered. it's just going to be buried there. >> reporter: to understand the magnitude of this area, just beyond the treeline, there are still about 100 acres the crews can't get to. the mud is unstable. it's like quicksand. >> ten feet deep of slurry. >> reporter: the army has set up dec
CBS
Apr 3, 2014 4:00am PDT
as a hero. this morning they are trying to find out what triggered the attack. omar villafranca has our report. >> reporter: ft. hood was on lockdown after gunfire rang out wednesday afternoon. army officials say the gunman was using a semiautomatic weapon that was not registered on post. officials at ft. hood say it was one of their own who opened fire on fellow soldiers wednesday afternoon, killing three and injuring more than a dozen before turning his gun on himself. >> its believed that he walked into one of the unit buildings, opened fierks got into a vehicle, fired from a vehicle, got out of the vehicle, walked into another building, and opening fire again. >> reporter: the gunman was described as a married iraq war veteran. he was before considering for post-traumatic stress disorder and was taking medication. >> we do know that the soldier had behavioral health and mental health issues and was being treated for that. >> reporter: emergency crews responded to the scene and the injured were taken to area hospitals. >> they've had a variety of injuries we've been treating ranging
CBS
Apr 3, 2014 4:30am PDT
from post-traumatic stress disorder. omar villafranca has the latest on this developing story out of texas. >> reporter: fort hood is back open this morning after a soldier killed at least three people before killing himself. sources tell cbs news the suspect is 34-year-old ivan lopez, army officials say the suspected shooter was an iraq war veteran and doctors were assessing whether he had post- traumatic stress disorder. >> we do know this this soldier had mental health issues and was being treated for that. >> we have an active shooter on fort hood. >> reporter: the texas army post was thrown into lockdown yesterday after he allegedly old fire from two buildings and a vehicle with a semi-automatic pistol he recently purchased. the injured were rushed to local hospitals. >> they have had a variety of injuries that we have been treating ranging from gunshot wounds that involved extremities, abdomen, chest and neck. >> reporter: yesterday's shooting is bringing back painful memories of a similar incident in 2009 when army psychiatrist nidal hasan killed 13 people here on post. som
CBS
Apr 4, 2014 4:00am PDT
of violence. omar villafranca is at ft. hood. good morning, omar. >> reporter: three people are in the hospital. we're learning it might have been a simple disagreement that might have set ivan lopez off on a deadly rampage. he served as a truck driver but did not see any combat. when he returned home he sought treatment for anxiety and depression but officials say it may have been an argument that set him off. the commander here at ft. hood said there could have possibly been an altercation beforehand that set him off that made him . he shot in two buildings and from a vehicle. >> he purchased a handgun off the base. somebody along the way must have gotten a hint. >> investigators are investigating lopez's family including his wife and going through computer files looking for clues about a possible motive. at least three peer were killed in the shooting wednesday including army sergeant tim owens from illinois. >> it's really hard to take. i'm stun, i really am, that this could happen. >> reporter: owens' mother said he tried to calm him down before he was shot down. there
CBS
Apr 4, 2014 4:30am PDT
. as omar villafranca reports, the suspect may have planned to go on a shooting spree at that military base. >>> reporter: 34-year-old ivan lopez didn't see combat in four months in iraq. at home he sought treatment for anxiety and depression. but officials say it may have been an argument at fort hood that set him off. >> it may have been a verbal altercation with another soldier or soldiers. and there is a strong possibility that that in fact immediately preceded the shooting. >> reporter: authorities say lopez fired shots in two buildings on post and from a vehicle using a .45-caliber semi-automatic pistol he recently purchased. >> obviously, it had to be somewhat planned. he purchased the handgun off the base. somebody along the way must have gotten a hint. >> reporter: investigators are questioning lopez's family including his wife and going through his computer files looking for clues about a possible motive. three people were killed in the shooting wednesday. including 37 sergeant tim owens from illinois. >> it's hard to take. i'm stunned. i really am that this could happen. >> repor
Telemundo
Apr 23, 2014 11:00pm PDT
el pasado lunes. take vo ---omar moreno fue visto por ltima vez vistiendo un pantaln azul y una camisa blanca, caminando por las avenidas monterey y rodeo. ---mide alrededor de 5 pies 6 pulgadas y pesa 160 libras. ---la madre del menor indic que estn preocupados porque hasta ahora no ha tenido ningun contacto con el... take sot 02:43 - 02:55 "el tiene problemas, tiene un ip, y el va a santa teresa, va a clases especiales... el tiene asma. el tiene 16 aÑos, pero mentalmente tiene 13 aÑos" vo-blanca --- la desaparicin --- la desaparicin de omar fue reportada a la polica de san jos... si usted sabe algo sobre su paradero, por favor llame al 408 449- 2320. cesar ----un niÑo de apenas 5 aÑos estuvo a punto de perder un ojo, tras recibir el impacto de una bala de pintura... take map ... el pequeÑo se encontraba con su familia anoche en la calle nueve de oakland, cuando pas un vehculo desde donde habran disparado, hirindolo... take vo ... una vocera del hospital al que fue trasladado indic que la herida fue seria, pero se espera que el niÑo se recupere... hasta ahora no hay arres
Telemundo
Apr 25, 2014 11:00pm PDT
, escuche la lo que dijo la mama de omar moreno... take sot ..."ustedes me ayudaron, agarraron la informacion y lo pusieron luego, luego... solamente le quiero agradecer a dios, a telemundo... blanca/vo ---de acuerdo con la mam, omar lleg con uno de sus amigos donde se entero que era buscando por su familia y la policia. cesar/vo --el joven estuvo desaparecido casi cuatro dias, y tiene limitaciones de salud... take cam 2 shot cesar ---una familia latina esta desesperada buscando a su hija desaparecida desde el pasado martes. ---ellos son de "prunedale", una comunidad cerca de salinas. blanca ---asi es... pero creen que la joven, quien sufre de autismo, podria estar en el area de la bahia. ---pilar niÑo desde oakland nos tiene mas detalles de la busqueda... take pkg ;01 0;28 01;45 01;58 30:23 en efecto y lugares como este la pulga en oakland fue uno de los sitios que ellos visitaron dejando panfletos que esperan les traiga de regreso a su hija 30:23 12:38 tus hermanos tus padres tus tios estamos esperandote, te extranamos te queremos, donde quiera que te encuentres regresa desespe
Univision
Apr 8, 2014 7:00am PDT
, buenas noticias, omar bravo estÁ de alta. >>> y comienza la temporada de grandes ligas nvr y te diremos como nos divertimos con los jugadores y lo pusimos a prueba de fÚtbol. >>> ez candalaso de ninel conde y su novio, y orlando segura sacÓ los secretos de mark tacher. ♪ >>> deja, deja que te enteres del nuevo chisme que estÁ caliente ♪ ♪ deja que te enteres del nuevo chisme que estÁ caliente ♪ >>> estÁ bien caliente. >>> estÁ muy bueno. y muchas cosas sucediendo, pero hoy estarÍa cumpliendo maria fÉlix, la doÑa. y addis nos preparÓ una historia y hablara su sobrina. >>> naciÓ hace 100 aÑos un 8 de abril y fue la maÑana de del 2002 cuando la doÑa, la belleza de ceja arqueada y temperamento fuerte, la dueÑa de la pantalla grande, la que odiaba cumplir aÑos se fue el mismo mes y dÍa de su llegada. hubo sirios en su fÉretro. hoy a 12 aÑos de su muerte "despierta amÉrica" les presenta a marÍa felix, lleva el mismo nombre y apellido, y por su vena corre la misma sangre, marÍa es sobrina de la doÑa, y encuentra inspiraciÓn. >>> venimos de sonora. lo que ella vi
Al Jazeera America
Apr 13, 2014 10:00pm EDT
>> is a chance at a better life worth leaving loved ones behind? >> did omar get a chance to tell you goodbye before he left? >> which side of the fence are you on? >> sometimes immigration is the only alternative people have. borderland only on al jazeera america ♪ ♪ ♪ >>> good everything, thanks for joining us for the weekend edition of "america tonight." i am joie chen, we begin this hour with the latest quest for oil in one of the america's most cherished wild lands that has long been rumored a sea of black gold lies underneath southwest florida in the every glades, many say there is no way to get to it without poisoning the very thing that makes life there possible a an abundance of clean water al jazerra's adam may reports. [ chanting no drilling ] >> air is dieing, water is dieing, the people is getting sick. wake up before you kill the creation of god's gift. thank you. [applause] >> reporter: one by one they stepped up to the microphone to voice their fears and tell their stories. >> my brother died last year at 51. my sister died the year before at 50. i am 49 year
Al Jazeera America
Apr 21, 2014 1:00pm EDT
. but for director omar takel. it could make or break. >> everything could go wrong. >> he is the creator and star of summer of blood, a story about a 40-something with a vampire twist. the entire project was made for just $30,000. with many of the actors and crew working for free. >> i'm in new york and i made a couple of movies and it's working out and of course i haven't had wild success but they're getting made and getting appreciated. the fact that we're in tribeca is a victory in itself. >> for aspiring film makers, getting exposure is everything. the movie business is renowned for being a tough industry for breaking into. >> it's unfortunately more of a rarity these days. i think festivals provide that platform for film makers to be having that experience they have been looking for. >> reporter: the summer of blood, for this director the ultimate goal isn't necessarily winning awards but to carry on doing the thing he loves. >> for me it's fun. i'm not motivated by money. but i do want to make some money at this, so we can make bigger better more ambitious movies i think. >> reporter: i
Al Jazeera America
Apr 14, 2014 5:00am EDT
behind? >> did omar get a chance to tell you goodbye before he left? >> which side of the fence are you on? >> sometimes immigration is the only alternative people have. borderland only on al jazeera america russian agents in eastern ukraine provoking scenes like this. ♪ hello and welcome to al jazeera life from doha, also on the program, a warning on south sudan, 50,000 children at risk of starving to death. search crews looking for the missing airline and going deep in the indian ocean. and this 2000-year-old tomb was recently lucid and asking how this could have happened under the nose of the people. ♪ we are getting reports from nigeria increasing the death toll which is now at at least 35 people killed in a bomb blast at a busy bus station and no immediate claim of responsibility of the explosion that happened on the outskirts of the capitol and on sunday 60 people were killed by gunman in northern nigeria and this was this borno state and we can speak to our correspondent on the phone and at the scene of the latest explosion at the bus station and what are you seeing? >> repor
Al Jazeera America
Apr 4, 2014 9:30pm EDT
to afghanistan. the u.s. launched missiles at bin laden's bases in afghanistan. >> reporter: that's when omar did a reconsideration, and thought that if the americans want to kill him that badly, there must be something worse protecting this guy. >> reporter: consolidating their power, the taliban enforced their strict interpretation of islamic law. music was banned. the renowned budas were destroyed. women were told to cover themselves completely. there were mass arrests and executions. after the 9-11 attacks the u.s. and its allies retaliated. two months later, anti-taliban forces fought back. >> if you look back at the estimates about the strength of the taliban in the early 2000s, they are very low. they may be 5 or 10,000 strong. >> reporter: but by 2005 they had regrouped and returned in full force. it was the deadliest year for u.s. troops since the war began in 2001. >> in terms of their military capacity over the course of the last decade and a half, have they developed as a military force. >> they had to improve. if they didn't we would have simply defeated them. >> we have seen a consi
CSPAN
Apr 12, 2014 4:00pm EDT
night at 8:00 on c-span's q&a. >> president omar -- obama marks equal payday by speaking about the paycheck fairness act. he will be introducing the white house east room by the advocates and author, lilly ledbetter. \[applause] >> ladies and gentlemen, the president of the united states accompanied by mrs. lilly ledbetter. \[applause] >> thank you. thank you. thank you. thank you. \[applause] thank you and good morning. my name is lilly ledbetter and i am honored to stand here today on behalf of women everywhere who are struggling to make ends meet because of the gender pay gap. my perm story of unfair pagan in 1979 when i started at good year tire and rubber company. i thought a job at good year could help put my two children through college and enable my husband and i have to financial security in retirement. as the only female supervisor, i persevered through daily harassment and took as little leave as possible because i never knew if my job would be waiting when i returned. almost two decades into my career at goodyear, i received an anonymous note that said i was being p
PBS
Apr 7, 2014 3:00am PDT
message to the weld when omar publicity even than they did this detection that the leak and i think come to most of them can come the blessing for the war on ohio to die with dignity this is the deal might provide honest i did it very unique to this than any faculty at the safra center for ethics at some of the university. the research is contesting the state's control the ethical medicine implementation of modern medicine on ancient jewish held a key clause. days are specific to the lake is direct and deliberate killing got tuition all the fats can be channeled by a fence technology the possibility that the two might be good for some people still dying such a statement is a very strong one. so the blaze to god the deposit if traditional direct killing as a technical problem. anything that gets really good so the pencil to die in the us wishes to tie the bow ties to most men in the blaze promote illegal tree to the same technical think it is to go to our base the delicacy that it is this was the kids the value of life itself leaves a gap between the cabinet reason that the bodies the mov
Univision
Apr 7, 2014 11:00pm PDT
mx >> espero el mejor equipo del mundo, no lo pueod ver de otra forma, hay que dar todo >> omar bravo recibió alta medica. >> en el beísbol, a los atléticose de oakland enfrentan a los mellizos, le gano a minnesota 8 a 3 >> los astros de houston perdieron >> en el boxeo canelo dijo que el 12 de julio regresa y que espera que lara acepte ser su rival >> ♪ ♪ >> (hablan en inglés) >> tempas le pego en la madibula, tuvo que abandonar el terreno >> en el salavador, a pesar de todo sigue siendo líder el equipo >> en honduras, vea como están las posicione,se rela españa y olimpia en la cabeza (información en pantalla) >> en el basquetbol colegial, clavad a de james jones, pero terminaron con victoria y connecticut es el nuevo campeón >> oscar pistorios pidió perdón a la familia y que estés traumado >> dicen que una golondrina no hace verano pero a chivas le fue bien >> cómo le fue al américa? >> gano el cruz azúl (risas) >> regresamos no le cambie >> el 85 por ciento del desarrollo del cerebro del bebe pasa antes de elos tres años de edad, visita nuestra página para qu
Univision
Apr 17, 2014 5:00am PDT
dÚos con carlos baute, y don omar, cÓmo fue participar con el reggaeton? >> sÍ, fue un dueto que no estÁ en el disco. >> sabemos que retomas tu faceta de actriz, cuÉntame un poquito. >> la cinta se estrena en mayo,por lo pronto es en mayo, y esta pelÍcula se trata se trata de emigrantes, pero es totalmente americana, y yo hablo el idioma espaÑol porque soy una hispana que viene a trabajar en este paÍs,y represento a la gente latina, con carÁcter, humildad, y mucho esfuerzo para superarme, se habla de la migraciÓn, del racismo, de la barrera del idioma, y del esfuerzo con el que nos ganamos el pan de cada dÍa, y pagamos impuestos. >> tienes mucha razÓn, y antes de presentar tu vÍdeo, un mensaje juan gabriel, sabemos que estÁ un poco mejor. >> bendito sea dios, se tiene que mejorar, porque nos tiene que seguir deleitando con los conciertos. >> ahora quiero que seas tÚ la que presente el vÍdeo musical. >> voy a cantar en nueva york, despuÉs boston, y después chicago, asÍ que los espero ahí como reina de la comunidad gay, asÍ que estoy muy feliz, y aquÍ tienen en p
CBS
Apr 28, 2014 4:30am PDT
and mississippi valley. omar villafranca. >> yesterday's deadly tornado hit three years after 122 tornadoes kimed more than 300 people in the south. >>> a couple of monday bugaboos in the forecast, so we'll go to traffic. >> i want to show you how great everything is looking. out of hayward, in fact. no accidents or stalls around the bay area. you can see the drive time is 14 minutes between 880. you're looking at about 14 minutes right now. 880 still clear as you pass the oakland coliseum. oakland airport and the east shore freeway. only about 19 minutes now. chp once again issued the high advisory for the bridge. the only one, but if you travel 680 between venetia and martino. so far, everything appears to be clear. if you're going on the east shore freeway, there's still roadwork between buchanonened willow. approximately 5:00. that's your latest kcbs traffic. here's more. >> big time jenkins coming our way. we'll seal hot temperatures the. how about the hottest temperatures of the year so far. we've got mostly clear skies to begin the day. looks like we've got cool temperatures though, number
CBS
Apr 28, 2014 12:00pm PDT
omar viafranka is there where they're searching for victims. >> now that the sun is out, we're getting a better idea on the extent of the damage caused by the tornado. let me step out of the way so you can see behind me. this used to be a business and in that rubble buried you can kind of make out a car. that is a honda that was in the parking lot when everything happened. this is the scene all over town. and it looks the same. rescue wokers are going house to house, digging through debris in the towns of balona and mayflower arkansas, following a deadly twister. >> we have people and dogs going through the rubble. and trying to find whoever we can, and whatever we can. >> reporter: a 3-year-old girl was found 100 feet from her home, with a badly damaged hip. she was among the dozens injured. the tornado, about a half mile wide, stayed on the ground for 80 miles. tearing up everything in its path. including a brand new $12 million school, that was set to open this fall. walter devers was supposed to start a new job in mayflower this morning. >> i walked up and the building is gone. >>
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